DONEGAL NATIVE Jason Quigley will look to beat 30-0 Demetrius Andrade to the WBO Middleweight title this weekend when the pair take to the ring in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Jason Quigley has a 19-1 record going into the fight. Tureano Johnson in 2019 is only loss, since then he has won three fights, including two knockouts.
He beat Shane Mosley Jr to WBO-NABO in a Middleweight title in his last fight in May 2021.
Demetrius 'Boo Boo' Andrade is one of the kings of the division. He has a near perfect record of 30-0 with 18 knockouts to his name. He won the WBO title back in 2018 and has had four successful defences, including a ninth round TKO against Irishman Luke Keeler.
Andrade is the heavy favourite for this fight with his record.
Here's everything else you need to know about Quigley's fight with the American.
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MAY 29: Jason Quigley (C) with his team after winning his middleweight bout with Shane Mosley Jr. a(Photo by David Becker/Getty Images)
How can I watch Quigley-Andrade
For €7.99 a month, you can watch it on DAZN.
When and where is Quigley-Andrade?
Quigley-Andrade's fight is on Friday 19th November.
The fight will happen in New Hampshire so Saturday, around 3am should be the fight time.
The full fight card starts at midnight
Plenty for Jason Quigley to aim for as he takes on Demetrius Andrade for the WBO world middleweight title on Friday night. He's single-minded and capable but needs to put in a career-best performance to pull it off. It'd be one of the great #IrishBoxing wins if he could do it pic.twitter.com/wkqwTOJjHP
— Kevin Byrne (@KevByrneBox) November 16, 2021
The full fight card is as follows:
- Demetrius Andrade vs. Jason Quigley; for Andrade's WBO middleweight title
- Julio Cesar Martinez vs. McWilliams Arroyo; for Martinez's WBC world flyweight title
- Kali Reis vs. Jessica Camara; for Reis' WBA world female super lightweight title
- Thomas O'Toole vs. Mark Malone; light heavyweight
- Murodjon Akhmadaliev vs. Jose Velasquez; for Akhmadaliev's IBF and WBA world super bantamweight title
- Khalil Coe vs. Aaron Casper; light heavyweight